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Before every game this season, our football beat writers predict whether the Blue Devils will pick up a win in their weekly matchup and keep track of their records throughout the year. Duke is set for one last road game Saturday against Pittsburgh with a four-game winning streak on the line.
It took 20 shots for Duke to get on the board against Texas. And now, it has still been more than 20 years since the Longhorns last emerged victorious against the Blue Devils.
The Blue Devils are back in the win column.
The Blue Devils returned home from its loss in Indianapolis with a strong start to the first half defined by efficient shooting and a rebound advantage. Delaware went on a 7-0 run late to keep it close, but Duke still leads the Blue Hens, the score 42-36 at the break.
Freshman forward Dariq Whitehead will dress and be available to play for Duke in Friday's 7 p.m. matchup against Delaware.
Duke travels to the Steel City Saturday for a matchup against the Pittsburgh Panthers. Ahead of the 12 p.m. game, the Blue Zone has you covered with our can't-miss prop bets:
The Blue Devils return home to play Delaware Friday at 7 p.m. Ahead of the contest, the Blue Zone provides you with our can't-miss prop bets:
Carrboro, just a stone’s throw from Durham and one of the best small towns in the US, is hosting the 17th annual Carrboro Film Fest Nov. 18 to Nov. 20 at The ArtsCenter.
Durham Public Schools received an $18 million unsolicited grant from billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott.
The film opens on a shot of no man’s land, filled with the many bodies of the dead, countless craters and the remnants of shattered defenses hit by artillery. A soldier climbs over the edge of his trench, going “over the top” as part of an assault on the enemy trenches. He fights his way forward as his friends fall around him, eventually getting so close to the enemy that he engages in hand to hand combat , at which point the screen fades to black. It reopens with a shot of a pile of bodies — the soldier’s corpse among them — which have their overclothes stripped before being buried, with the clothes being shipped back home to be cleaned of blood, fixed, and given to a new set of recruits, fresh out of school and ready to serve their country.
Duke Black Student Alliance hosted a Black Caucus at White Lecture Hall Wednesday night, where students shared campus grievances and discussed potential solutions. BSA Advocacy and Black Caucus co-chairs Avery Smedley and Sarah Hasan, both sophomores, and the Advocacy and Black Caucus committee organized the event.
On a cold evening in Durham, the Blue Devils turned up the heat in an impressive victory over a Power Five opponent.
Content warning: This article contains descriptions of violence. Reader discretion is advised.
Duke is looking to extend its three-game win streak Saturday at noon when it travels to Acrisure Stadium to play Pittsburgh. The Blue Zone has three keys for the Blue Devils to secure their eighth win:
For both Duke and Pittsburgh, the 2022 season has defied expectations—but in opposite ways.
I did my best to like “Amsterdam.” There was not a single other movie this fall that I was more excited to see. Director David O. Russell’s films “Silver Linings Playbook” (2012) and “American Hustle” (2013) are among the first, if not the first, that come to mind when I think of the excellent kinds of true-to-life dramas and entertaining ensemble films that are no longer being made. But I couldn’t succeed in liking “Amsterdam,” his star-studded tragicomic adventure, which will recall “American Hustle,” only if you saw that film in the haze of a multitude of ill-advisedly mixed substances.
Following a victory against Virginia Tech at home Saturday, Duke travels to Pittsburgh for its final away game of the year. Prior to the Saturday afternoon showdown, the Blue Zone analyzes one player from each team that may swing the outcome of the game:
Duke Student Government senators heard from several academic deans about the most frequently applied academic policies and received updates on DSG committee projects at their Wednesday meeting.
The NBA season is underway, and several former Blue Devils have been integral to the success of their professional teams. The Blue Zone takes a look:
Duke hopes to rebound from its last-minute loss against Kansas in Indianapolis against Delaware at Cameron Indoor Stadium Friday evening. The Blue Zone is here with three key points for the Blue Devils to get back to winning ways: